Archive for January, 2010

Snowmobile Trail Report (1-27-10)

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

NOTE:  The Snowmobile Trail Report is provided by our friends Jeff & Larry, owners and operators of the Anchorage Inn.  The last report was January 27th, 2010.

SNOW CONDITIONS:

Finally more snow. Reports from people I’ve talked to say we received about 3-5 inches Sunday night. More east, less south and west.

TRAIL REPORT:

With the new snow, the club has resumed grooming this week. All trails will be done before the weekend. All of the riders that I’ve talked to say the Tri-ville from Longville to Federal Dam and the Lost Girl from Longville to Remer are in very good condition. The C Trail and Chippewa South trails didn’t get as much snow so they’re still a bit rough.

“See You At The Lake”



Reported by: Larry Gavin – Longville Snowmobile Club
Date of Report: January 27, 2010
Trail Conditions: Very Good
Snow Cover: 10-12 inches

Snowmobile Trail Report (1-15-10)

Monday, January 18th, 2010

NOTEThe Snowmobile Trail Report is provided by our friends Jeff & Larry, owners and operators of the Anchorage Inn.  The last report was January 15th, 2010.

SNOW CONDITIONS:

Unfortunately, no new snow to report since our Christmas storm.

TRAIL REPORT:

Most of the trails have a hard packed base, but it’s getting pretty thin with some dirt around corners and at road crossings. They’re forcasting warm weather over the weekend, so this may be the best the trails will be until we get more snow. I’ve talked to several groups of snowmobilers this week and all reports are about the same. Trails are fair, but more snow is needed. Have a great time riding and don’t forget to wish for more snow before you go to bed tonight!!

“See You At The Lake”

Snowmobile Trail Report (12-30-09)

Friday, January 1st, 2010

NOTEThe Snowmobile Trail Report is provided by our friends Jeff & Larry, owners and operators of the Anchorage Inn.  The last report was December 30th, 2009.

Snow Conditions:
Winter finally arrived this week and just in time to rip around on the new snowmobile you received for Christmas. We received around a foot of new snow over the Christmas Weekend. This was the first significant snowfall of the year. It was a wet heavy snow that will provide a good starting base on the trails.

Trail Report:
All of the trails were groomed this week. Riders are saying the trails are not bad considering this was the first significant snow of the season. They are reporting some bumpy areas, but over all they are in fair to good riding condition.

Be aware there is a 2 mile section of the Tri-ville Trail south of Hwy 200 that is in poor condition due to logging in the area.

Hope everyone has a great time riding over the New Years weekend. If you have any pull with mother nature, we could use more snow!!

“See You At The Lake”